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“Rugby is a very rough game, almost as rough as politics.”
“Politicians are a lot like diapers. They should be changed frequently, and for the same reason.”
“the purpose of war is to serve a political end but the true nature of war is to serve itself.”
“I have some very personal feelings about politics, but I don't get into it because I do comedy already.”
“Political correctness is tyranny with manners.”
“- Deputy Pell: You got no right to be here. This is a political meeting.
- Ward: Doesn't smell that way to me, Deputy.
- Deputy Pell: It's a damn political meeting, Hoover Boy.
- Ward: Oh, it looks like a political meeting, but smells more like Klan to me... with or without the Halloween costumes.”
“He married for love. Love. That's why he did everything. That's why he went into politics. It seems we weren't enough, he wanted all the voters to love him too.”
“I'm an old-school, OG feminist. And do you know who my favorite politician of all time is? Donald J. Trump. For thousands of years, mankind has built civilization with a single intention: to keep woman contained. Face down, ass up. Compliant. Donald Trump cannot tie his dick-tripping ties correctly, but Hillary gets attacked for her goddamn...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Politics is deliberately making things better for some people by deliberately making them worse for others.”
“For the poor, there are only two ways to get to the top, crime or politics.”
“You should make me your campaign manager. I was born for politics. I have great hair and I love lying.”
“I’m choosing to make a film that’s fundamentally political, but not everything I do is political because I’m Black.”
“I’m going to die for the people, because I live for the people! I live for the people, because I love the people!”
“Anywhere there’s people, there’s power.”
“This movement that we are in is called The Struggle. Because we are fighting for our lives!”
“Right now, it takes about 6 months exposure to social media for the average person to become hopelessly radicalized. ”
“We want to underscore again, that we’re coming to Chicago peacefully, but whether we’re given permits or not, we’re coming.”
“We don’t need politicians, we’ve all got iPhones and computers, right? So any decision that has to be made, any policy, we just put it online. Let the people vote–thumbs up, thumbs down, the majority wins. That’s a democracy. That’s a–that’s an actual democracy.”